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The Cowboys have made it official: they are returning to Oxnard, California, for training camp, starting on July 21. Fans will be able to attend practice, starting on July 22 with safety protocol details to be announced later. "I view the team's return to Oxnard as a very positive sign that the Cowboys and the NFL are moving one big step closer toward the traditional camp, preseason and regular season experience that we have been accustomed to for generations," owner and GM Jerry Jones said.

Here is a breakdown of Micah Parsons' four-year deal with the Cowboys: Total - $17.079 million (fully guaranteed) Signing bonus - $9.781 million 2021 base - $660,000 2022 base - $1.436 million 2023 base - $2.212 million 2024 base - $2.989 million The rookie linebacker has looked the part during OTAs and minicamp.

When training camp starts in July, Dak Prescott will open as a full participant, according to Mike McCarthy. "We're not naïve," the coach said. "Let's take any player that comes back from an injury, especially a major joint injury. That first year back there's going to be some things you have to work through, but I would anticipate to start with him in full mode and get him into the team periods and just get back to playing football."

John Fassel will not be at the Cowboys minicamp this week following the death of his father, Jim, a long-time NFL coach. Fassel's assistant, Matt Daniels will run the special teams' portions of practice. "John's as big of a family man as we have here and our heart goes out to him and his family right now," Mike McCarthy said. "John's love for his family and especially his father, Jim, he's shared many stories just in our short time together."
 

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Dallas Cowboys Schedule 2021

Preseason
Thu, Aug 5 (HOF): vs Pittsburgh
Fri, Aug 13: @ Arizona
Sat, Aug 21: vs Houston
Sun, Aug 29: vs Jacksonville

Regular Season

Week-1: Thu, Sep 9 @ Tampa Bay
Week-2: Sun, Sep 19 @ Los Angeles Chargers
Week-3: Mon, Sep 27 vs Philadelphia
Week-4: Sun, Oct 3 vs Carolina
Week-5: Sun, Oct 10 vs New York Giants
Week-6: Sun, Oct 17 @ New England
Week-7: Bye Week
Week-8: Sun, Oct 31 @ Minnesota
Week-9: Sun, Nov 7 vs Denver
Week-10: Sun, Nov 14 vs Atanta
Week-11: Sun, Nov 21 @ Kansas City
Week-12: Thu, Nov 25 vs Las Vegas
 

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The Dallas Cowboys are expected to be selected to appear on this season's five-episode series of HBO's “Hard Knocks”, per a source. An official announcement is likely to come as early as today.

The Cowboys and coach Mike McCarthy have been fined for violations of the off-season workout policy by the league, according to a source. The Cowboys will be docked one organized team activity workout for 2022 as well. Two other unnamed teams also received the same penalty.

NFL is fining San Francisco, Jacksonville and Dallas for OTA violations, per source. 49ers were fined $100,000 and Kyle Shanahan $50,000. Jaguars were fined $200,000 and Urban Meyer $100,000. Cowboys were fined $100,000 and Mike McCarthy $50,000.
 

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Dallas Cowboys to make third appearance on 'Hard Knocks'

The Dallas Cowboys will become the first NFL team to be featured for a third time on "Hard Knocks" in the show's 20th anniversary season, it was announced Friday. HBO and NFL Films announced Friday that the five-episode season will debut on Aug. 10 at 10 p.m. ET. The Cowboys were also featured on the training camp documentary series in 2002 and 2008. Dallas went 6-10 last season in Mike McCarthy's first year as coach. Quarterback Dak Prescott suffered a dislocated right ankle and compound fracture that forced him to miss the final 11 games. This will mark the first time that the series has its first episode air after a team has played a preseason game. The Cowboys play the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio, on Aug. 5.

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From Dak Prescott to Chase Young, the NFC East in 2021 is up for grabs

The NFC East was a laughingstock last season, with the Washington Football Team winning the division with a 7-9 record, but the 2021 NFL season offers promises of change and optimism.Washington has one of the best defenses, and perhaps veteran journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick can add some stability at quarterback. The New York Giants (6-10) appear on the rise with second-year coach Joe Judge and the return of running back Saquon Barkley. The Dallas Cowboys (6-10) will return a bevy of players from injury, most notably quarterback Dak Prescott.The Philadelphia Eagles (4-11-1) might look like they need the most to go right for them, but if quarterback Jalen Hurts hits, they can have a quick turnaround.

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Washington Football Team, Giants, Cowboys or Eagles: Who wins the NFC East?
 

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Dallas Cowboys Schedule 2021

Preseason
Thu, Aug 5 (HOF): vs Pittsburgh
Fri, Aug 13: @ Arizona
Sat, Aug 21: vs Houston
Sun, Aug 29: vs Jacksonville

Regular Season

Week-1: Thu, Sep 9 @ Tampa Bay
Week-2: Sun, Sep 19 @ Los Angeles Chargers
Week-3: Mon, Sep 27 vs Philadelphia
Week-4: Sun, Oct 3 vs Carolina
Week-5: Sun, Oct 10 vs New York Giants
Week-6: Sun, Oct 17 @ New England
Week-7: Bye Week
Week-8: Sun, Oct 31 @ Minnesota
Week-9: Sun, Nov 7 vs Denver
Week-10: Sun, Nov 14 vs Atanta
Week-11: Sun, Nov 21 @ Kansas City
Week-12: Thu, Nov 25 vs Las Vegas
Week-13: Thu, Dec 2 @ New Orleans
Week-14: Sun, Dec 12 @ Washington
Week-15: Sun, Dec 19 @ New York Giants
Week-16: Sun, Dec 26 vs Washington
Week-17: Sun, Jan 2 vs Arizona
Week-18: Sun, Jan 9 @ Philadelphia
 

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